Vol 21, No 1 (2016)

DOI: 10.15663/wje.v21i1

Table of Contents

Special Section: Community and family literacies in Aotearoa New Zealand: Critical analysis of current policies and prac

Community and family literacies in Aotearoa New Zealand: Critical analysis of current policies and practices PDF Special Section Introducation
Jane Amanda Furness, Judy Hunter
Family literacy and unit standards: can they work together? PDF
Anna Mosley
E kore au e ngaro he kākano i ruia mai i Rangiātea: Literacy policy for the survival of Māori as a people PDF
Āneta Hinemihi Rāwiri
Everyday literacy practices of a Syrian refugee: strengths and struggles PDF Literacy Practices of a Syrian
Tajinder Kaur
Creating spaces for Whānau wellbeing, literacy and numeracy in the context of neoliberalism in Aotearoa, New Zealand PDF
Katrina Taupo

Editorial

Editorial—General Section PDF
Noeline Wright

General Section

Reflective Journal Insights from a First-Year Undergraduate Class Exercise PDF
Edgar Burns
The impact of context on Vietnamese EFL teachers’ self-efficacy PDF
Nga Thi Tuyet Phan
Organisational learning and development: A Vanuatu educational perspective. PDF
Gayleen Tarosa, Frances Edwards, Christopher Branson
Investigating the usefulness of Fiji’s future school leaders' programme PDF
Parmeshwar Prasad Mohan
The role of middle leaders in New Zealand secondary schools: Expectations and challenges PDF
Martin Bassett
Te Whariki and inclusive education—A survey of early childhood teacher’s views PDF
Carol Anne Hamilton, Linda Vermeren
Parent perspectives of children with autism spectrum disorder transitioning from primary to secondary school in New Zealand PDF
Carol Anne Hamilton, Tiffany Wilkinson
Connection of a different kind: Teachers teaching mindfulness with children PDF
Nicole Jacqueline Albrecht
Developing algebraic understanding through talk and writing: A pilot study PDF
Terry Locke, Sam Tailby
A study on novice and experienced teacher perceptions of professional development in Fiji PDF
Parmeshwar Prasad Mohan
Transformative insights: A synthesis of threshold concept theory and graduate attributes PDF
J. Dawn Marsh, Rosemary J De Luca


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